A Manchester Metropolitan University graduate has taken his first step to a career in operations management at container and accommodation suppliers, Mobile Mini.
26-year-old Jack Brown from Nottingham was appointed as graduate operations manager for the industry-leading national hirer of portable site accommodation and secure storage containers at its East Midlands ... Read More
A leading hirer of secure storage and portable site accommodation is developing its team to help cement its strong reputation with three appointments in the Mobile Mini marketing team.
Mobile Mini, which has its headquarters in Stockton and branches across the country, has welcomed Marketing Director Rachel Dalby, marketing executive ... Read More
As the uncertainty rumbles on surrounding Brexit, one thing that is for certain is that Britain is running out of space – and the longer we’re in limbo, the worse the problem gets.
Warehouses are rapidly filling up, as firms from a variety of sectors stockpile should Brexit lead to delays ... Read More
Despite active efforts to attract and recruit wider talent pools, construction continues to be a fairly male-dominated field. Data from the Office for National Statistics in 2016 showed that out of 2.3 million jobs in the construction industry, only 296,000 of these were women, demonstrating a clear 87/13 split.
With ... Read More
In simple terms, boom and bust refers to a cycle of economic expansion and contraction that continues to occur. In today’s capitalist economy, this is unavoidable. During the ‘boom’ period, jobs are in high supply and investors see an increase in returns. Conversely, with a subsequent ‘bust’ comes a shrink ... Read More
The UK construction industry is always growing, and despite a slight fall in the summer of 2018, as forecasted by the Construction Products Association, 2019 is set to see a 2.3% rise and a further 1.9% increase the year after. Thanks to recent intelligence reports, we now have an in-depth ... Read More
According to research conducted by the Chartered Institute of Building, in the UK around £400 million a year is lost in the construction industry due to vandalism and theft. Having a safe and secure storage solution is the only answer to this ongoing problem.
Why are building sites targets for ... Read More
It may not seem like it with all the doom and gloom headlines of the past few months, but the construction industry is actually in a pretty positive place right now.
Following the collapse of Carillion, the ripples of which were felt throughout the sector, and with continued uncertainty over ... Read More
The iconic London skyline is set to change dramatically over the next decade.
With news that a whopping 13 skyscrapers are to be built by 2026, to meet the need for what City of London planners claim are an extra 100,000 office spaces over the next 30 years, construction is ... Read More
Story Contracting, on behalf of Nexus, installed the new Killingworth Road Metro Bridge. One of the biggest engineering projects in the Metro’s history.
The old bridge which connects Newcastle and North Tyneside, which dated back to the Victorian era, needed to be replaced due to its age. It was demolished ... Read More